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Trust Relationship on Win2k

Posted on 2002-05-15
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- Have "Win 2000 Server or Advance Server or Professional" a Trust RelationShip feature ? Where can I Setup Trust on Win 2000 if they have this feature ?

 - In case , I changed it from "local users and groups" to be the "Active Directory", can I use the Trust RelationShip ??

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Use Active Directory Domains and Trusts (which is under Administrative Tools) to setup your trusts.
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2 way trusts are setup by default for domains in the same forest. you must only create a manual trust if you are linking forests together.
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So, it means that it still have trust feature like the WINNT. Is that right ?
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